James Bond's Day of the Dead
This week marked the world premiere of one of the most eagerly awaited films of the year. Against the backdrop of Mexico’s loud, colourful Day of the Dead celebrations, Spectre, sees Agent 007 in hot pursuit of a sinister organisation known only as Spectre.
Leaving a gift to charity in your Will
As the single biggest source of voluntary income to charities and non-profit organisations in the UK, legacy fundraising is a vital source of income for the third sector. The problem is, however, that only 7 per cent of people are actually remembering charities in their Will.
Ta-ra, Cilla – couple pay tribute to ‘fairy godmother’
When I was a kid Saturday night TV consisted of Baywatch, Gladiators and Blind Date. While the first two shows provided an early spotlight for big names such as Pamela Anderson and Ulrika Jonsson, it’s safe to say that Cilla Black was already established as a star in her own right.
Hero’s send-off for ‘forgotten soldier’
Familiar to music fans around the globe, The Beatles’ Eleanor Rigby is one of the most poignant in popular music history. Released in 1966 as a double-A side with Yellow Submarine, the song tells the story of a woman whose funeral "nobody came" to, and asks: "All the lonely people, where do they all belong?"